International Centre

Friday, February 2 - Sunday, February 4, 2024

The deadline to order for this Show has already expired

Electrical Services

Special Requirements?
Contact SHOWTECH 6 weeks prior to Move-in Date for quotations.

Ordering Tips!
1. To find out which outlet to order, simply add together the wattage of each electronic piece. There is a nameplate showing the power consumption on the bottom or back of the equipment. For example, 10 - 100 watt light bulbs total: 1000 watt. You would order one 1500 watt outlet. Power is included in all outlets.

2. If you need to have continuous power 24 hours a day, you need to order 24-hour power. Examples include power for refrigerator, aquariums, etc. Normal show power operating hours are generally 8:00am to 4:30pm during move-in and "show hours" during show days.


Terms & Conditions
  • In-line and peninsula outlets are installed at the back of booth. If you require them elsewhere, extension cords will be available at SHOWTECH'S service area for a nominal charge. There will be a surcharge for outlets/feeders fed under carpets.
  • Island booth outlets will be placed in one main location per exhibitor's floor plan. If a plan is not provided, the outlets will be installed at our discretion
  • All electrical power is turned off approximately 1 hour after show closes and turned on approximately 1 hour prior to show opening. If you require power on a 24-hour basis, please ensure you have ordered 24 Hour Service.
  • Wall, column and permanent building receptacles are not part of the booth space. Exhibitors utilizing these receptacles will be charged for their use.
  • Sharing power from an adjoining booth is not permitted.
  • All electrical connections, installation, motor connections or any electrical operating equipment must conform to all Canadian Standards Association requirements and the Canadian Electrical Code. The use of two wire ungrounded extension cords are prohibited. Extension cords must be #14 gauge, 3-wire grounded cords.
  • All electrical equipment must have a nameplate attached showing the operating voltage, phase, hertz, ampere/wattage/horsepower/kilowatts and full load current and C.S.A. or Electrical Safety Authority approval sticker.
  • SHOWTECH is not responsible for damages or expenses incurred due to power surges, spikes or loss of power. Exhibitors are encouraged to supply their own surge protection equipment.
  • A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFI) must protect all 120 volt electrical equipment and devices within 6 feet of a water/liquid source. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to supply their own GFI.